Carmelo Anthony was excused from Knicks’ practice today because of a family issue.
But coach Mike D’Antoni said he would play in tomorrow’s game against the Bucks when the Knicks start an important home back-to-back.
They have dropped four straight games – and were booed again at Madison Square Garden during their 91-88 loss to the Suns last night.
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The Knicks have gotten off to a rocky 6-8 start this season. Through 14 games last season, the Knicks had the same exact record. What should fans expect for the remainder of the season?
New Knicks beat writer Al Iannazzone sat down to talk about the Knicks' season and what the team needs to improve upon. Click on the embedded video above.
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Carmelo Anthony scored 18 of his game-high 27 points in the second half as the Knicks beat the Sixers, 85-79, on Wednesday night. Below are some video highlights. addCustomPlayer('ydksnr50mmfi12airw0izo20y', 'a3c2572eccce4b7f8e5d61c8a0a809f3', '1r8ysaltqrhdg1i0hofi8pexag', 380, 405, 'perfydksnr50mmfi12airw0izo20y-1r8ysaltqrhdg1i0hofi8pexag', 'eplayer3');... » more
In the woulda, coulda, shoulda department, Tyson Chandler's absence from Monday's White House ceremony celebrating the reigning NBA champion Dallas Mavericks was just his latest near-miss of a presidential meeting.
Now that Chandler is a member of the Knicks, with a game scheduled Monday night at Madison Square Garden, he had to skip the capital festivities. Typically, the NBA arranges a White... » more
WASHINGTON – How close was Knicks coach Mike D’Antoni to starting Iman Shumpert in Friday night’s game against the Wizards? Close enough that it sounds inevitable that the rookie will eventually crack the starting five.
D’Antoni, in announcing at Friday’s shootaround at the Verizon Center that Shumpert would not replace Toney Douglas or Landry Fields, left open the possibility he could change... » more
Rookie guard Iman Shumpert was dunking the ball at the morning shootaround Monday and could be back on the court Wednesday night.
"I don't think that's too soon," Knicks coach Mike D'Antoni said before Monday night's game against the Toronto Raptors. " . . . He could wake up tomorrow and be sore. If he practices tomorrow and wakes up Wednesday and he's fine, then he can play."
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Amar'e Stoudemire hopes to be back on the floor Wednesday night when the Knicks face the Charlotte Bobcats at Madison Square Garden.
Stoudemire, who sprained his left ankle late in Thursday night's loss to the Lakers, missed his second straight game Monday night. Rookie Josh Harrellson again started in his place.
Stoudemire missed only four games in the 2010-11 regular season. With more... » more